Manga Recommendations

Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
If you liked
Akatsuki no Yona
Manga: Shinobi Quartet
...then you might like
Shinobi Quartet
~ Certain group of boys serving and proving their strength to a girl.
~ Sharing a Shoujo, Romance, Reverse Harem category.
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
If you liked
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
Manga: Sabaku no Harem
...then you might like
Sabaku no Harem
Similarities include:
*Male MC teases Female MC
*Male MC protects Female MC, then Female MC wants to protect Male MC
*Both Male MCs are rich
*Both Female MCs are related to the term "servant" (Not as in accurate as Misaki works as a maid in a maid cafe while Mishe is a former servant)
*Both are serialized in Lala.
*Both are in Shoujo, Romance, Comedy genre.

Differences include:
*The setting of Maid-sama is a school setting, while Sabaku no Harem is a historical setting.
*The hair colors of the Female and MCs of Maid-sama are reversed in MCs of Sabaku no Harem
*The story of Sabaku no Harem is more fast-paced than Maid-sama's.
Manga: D-Frag!
If you liked
D-Frag!
Manga: Grand Blue
...then you might like
Grand Blue
1) Both mangas have a lot of comedy that can make you laught for hour( not literally)
2) Both mangas have much "meme face"
3) The main character of both mangas do the role of "tsukkomi"
4) Both main character are involved in funny scenes and with "boke" (idiots) characters
Manga: Centaur no Nayami
If you liked
Centaur no Nayami
Manga: Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon
...then you might like
Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon
Fantasy-oriented SOL comedies featuring mythological creatures living in the real world (in the case of Kobayashi-san, dragons). Some shoujo ai undertones are present throughout as well as fanservice.

Although one is different and probably more drama-focused than the other, they all make for a relaxing read.
Manga: Groundless
If you liked
Groundless
Manga: Youjo Senki
...then you might like
Youjo Senki
Set in the time of WW2...
Some elite commander... lead her enforcements... more than just a pawn
And both with a girl protagonist who enters the war
Manga: Hapi Mari: Happy Marriage!?
If you liked
Hapi Mari: Happy Marriage!?
Manga: Propose no Okite
...then you might like
Propose no Okite
It have similar teme. Both girls are from poor family, and both guys are from wealthy familys. Love comes after knowing each other.
Difference between these mangas are sexual urges that in Hapi Mari are presented openly. And in Hapi Mari the couple have married right away, while in Propose no Okite they at least had time before happy ending :D
Manga: Pandora Hearts
If you liked
Pandora Hearts
Manga: Servamp
...then you might like
Servamp
if you read both this manga , will notice it's quotes some things from the novel 'alice in wonderland' particulary in arc lily 'the door and garden , complexity memories , even the family name 'alice in' doudo , the twins and clock , i think that lily he's bunny .
Manga: Power!!
If you liked
Power!!
Manga: Natsuzora and Run
...then you might like
Natsuzora and Run
Has both Romance and sports.
Manga: Godspeed
If you liked
Godspeed
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
Both focus around kids raised in environment they though was safe. But in both it turns out the kids are just being used by the ones that raised them.
Manga: Baraou no Souretsu
If you liked
Baraou no Souretsu
Manga: Ayeshah's Secret
...then you might like
Ayeshah's Secret
If you're looking for another story that has that dark element to it then I would recommend this manga. Both of the stories are dark and both of the mc's are carrying a secret they're hiding.
On a side note, this is my first recommendation so I hope you like it.
Manga: Gokkun! Pucho
If you liked
Gokkun! Pucho
Manga: Terepari Kiss
...then you might like
Terepari Kiss
-the main girls are both naive, innocent and really similar also when it comes to how they look like
-silly romance,both shoujo, pretty full of over used but sweet cliches
-In both Gokkun! Pucho and Terepari Kiss, the girls receive some special/magical abilities
-there aren't many characters, and the charas from these two mangas remind a lot of each other
- "Never give up! :3"
Manga: True Love
If you liked
True Love
Manga: Imouto Life
...then you might like
Imouto Life
Both stories are about the love between brother and sister.
Both have a period of separation between the two.
Both have happy endings.
The difference will be that while their relationship is recognized at the final stage in True Love, in Imouto Life, the relationship remains unknown to the public.
Manga: Dorohedoro
If you liked
Dorohedoro
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
...then you might like
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
The main protagonist is an amnesic, strained, yet deformed human whom just wants to recover his identity aswell memories, with the trust for only a strong and independent girl as the only he used to knew before everything.
On these unique and beautiful-styled seinen, they'll go through surreal and horrific situations in fantastic-themed worlds, meeting more bizarre characters and and a series of mysteries to unravel.
Manga: La Satanica
If you liked
La Satanica
Manga: Hima nano de Hajimete Mimasu.
...then you might like
Hima nano de Hajimete Mimasu.
Both Hima nano de Hajimete Mimasu and La Satanica's have a handsome, long haired, highly affectionate, childish character as the love interest and a more serious, kind, short haired protagonist. Both have a friends turned lovers relationship and are very cute & light.
Manga: Glaucos
If you liked
Glaucos
Manga: Kokou no Hito
...then you might like
Kokou no Hito
Both works has a lot of symbology and approaching unconventional sports, Kokou no Hito is Infinitely superior But I do not see reason for those who liked Kokou no hito not give a chance to Glaucos.
Manga: Nickelodeon
If you liked
Nickelodeon
Manga: Henshin no News
...then you might like
Henshin no News
Both of them are short story collections (although Nickelodeon's stories are SHORT, lasting only a few pages) with a knack for black comedy. Henshin no News is a bit more frequently down to earth than Nickelodeon, but when it dives into the surreal it goes into it even deeper.
Manga: Reincarnation no Kaben
If you liked
Reincarnation no Kaben
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
...then you might like
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
1) Both main character have an "Anti-hero aura". They don't care if is ally or enemy, the give everything for his objetive
2) Both main character can steal skills from his enemies
3) Both works have a "Darkness theme"
4) Both main character are considered for those around they as "incompetent"
Manga: Banana Fish
If you liked
Banana Fish
Manga: Kizuna
...then you might like
Kizuna
Both series involve gay gangsters. Kizuna is far more open about it with less focus on yakuza, while Banana Fish has more mafia drama and isn't explicit, but fans of one should definitely check the other out.
Manga: Ouran Koukou Host Club
If you liked
Ouran Koukou Host Club
Manga: Koi dano Ai dano
...then you might like
Koi dano Ai dano
Both manga feature independent female protagonists who impress the people around them while also simultaneously attracting the attention of several popular and attractive guys, though both ultimately have one who stands above the rest.

While this is just a simple similarity in premises, the two manga go deeper than that, each having deeper messages that are conveyed through their protagonists' thoughts, words, and actions. Ouran features a lot of character building and character development through its protagonist interacting with the various host club members as well as customers, among others. On the other hand, Koi dano Ai dano's character building focuses more on people from all around the school, from the student council to the broadcasting club, et cetera. Ouran also includes a lot more comedy than Koi dano Ai dano, though Koi dano Ai dano also has its moments.

The overall male leads in both manga are fairly easy to pick out, especially in Koi dano Ai dano's case. However, the two leads are rather different in personality, which leads to each manga having its own unique feeling when it comes to its romance aspects. This is especially true when you look at the overall progression of each relationship, as it seems at one point the two manga almost flip when it comes to who has to reassure who about the relationship. The reasoning behind the reassurances also differ between the two manga, however, making a set of parallels between the relationships of the protagonists in each rather difficult to find aside from the female leads both being similarly headstrong and that the romance takes somewhat of a back seat for portions of their respective manga.

Ultimately, while both Ouran and Koi dano Ai dano have protagonists who have similar personality traits and an overall similar approach to character building and development, the various differences between them make for each read to feel similar enough to be familiar yet different enough to feel fresh at the same time.
Manga: Houkago x Ponytail
If you liked
Houkago x Ponytail
Manga: Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet
...then you might like
Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet
Both Houkago x Ponytail & Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet are about high school girls interacting with/having feelings for older, adult authors/mangaka and involve a lot of settings being inside the home of the author. They both also include bits of comedy and have clean shoujo art styles, as well.

While Houkago x Ponytail finishes within 1 volume, Tsubaki-chou takes longer to build up its romance due to its length, but perhaps ultimately also has more payoff as a direct result. The majority of Houkago x Ponytail takes place in the author's house, similar to Tsubaki-chou, though Tsubaki-chou has more changes of setting overall, including Fumi's house, school, a bar, et cetera. Tsubaki-chou also has a much larger cast with side characters who have stories of their own.

What makes the manga so similar really is how each girl is contracted to help the male lead but then falls in love with him, though in different ways. In Houkago x Ponytail, the girl is meant to be a real-life character model for the mangaka she is working with. She is also a fan of his work prior to accepting the job, unlike in Tsubaki-chou. Houkago x Ponytail's protagonists also meet by chance, whereas in Tsubaki-chou the girl knows she's going to live with someone as a housekeeper, though she doesn't know who. In both manga, however, the girls end up developing feelings for their respective male leads.

Overall, because of their similar premises and similar stories (girl falling in love with an older male author/mangaka), they are similar enough to say if you enjoyed one, you'll probably also enjoy the other.
Manga: Angel Densetsu
If you liked
Angel Densetsu
Manga: Ochanigosu.
...then you might like
Ochanigosu.
Both manga involve a main character who is often mistaken to be a delinquent due to their scary faces, and does his best to avoid fighting. In Angel Densetsu, the main character often ends up winning the fights through scaring his opponents (on accident of course), in Ochanigosu he often runs away or his friend ends up beating his opponents for him. In both cases, this is often because the protagonist doesn't want the girl he likes to hate him for fighting.

While both manga have a similar premise, they are also both comedies with bits of romance in them. Angel Densetsu plays off its protagonist being too scary for his opponents to even try to fight for a majority of its run, whereas Ochanigosu is less humorous in its actual fight scenes and tries instead to find more humor in its other aspects, such as the protagonist's club members being afraid of him. The romances in both manga also play a role, with Ochanigosu having its protagonist trying to better himself because of the girl he likes and with Angel Densetsu having its female lead be someone who doesn't misunderstand the protagonist.

Angel Densetsu involves a lot more fighting from what I've experienced, though most of it is through the protagonist's enemies offing themselves through getting too scared or some other weird misunderstanding. Ochanigosu's fighting tends to take a backseat, and it's more about a delinquent funnily trying to mend his ways rather than fighting (though there are a few scenes like that).

Still, due to the very similar premises and humor, I would recommend you read one if you enjoyed the other for sure.
Manga: Kodomo no Omocha
If you liked
Kodomo no Omocha
Manga: Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
...then you might like
Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
The main characters of both are very similar with each other - both learning about growing up, friendship and love. They're also both in elementary school when they start out. I feel like the two mangas give off very similar vibes but are very unique and enjoyable in their similarities and difference.
Manga: Cat Street
If you liked
Cat Street
Manga: Akuma to Love Song
...then you might like
Akuma to Love Song
Cat Street is really similar to Akuma to Love Song in various ways. First, the girl is tough as well and in the beginning she is really hard to like for being a little mean sometimes. She also was bullyed and had an somewhat traumatic past, but she still remember it. The principal male character looks lots with the one in Akuma to Love Song, but as Meguro is a piano genius the other one is a computer genius and maybe a little bit colder. Cat Street still have an other male character that it looks like Kanda not only because he likes the protagonist but also because of his cheerful personality, but unlike Kanda he doesn't hide what he doesn't like on you. What I like the most in both mangas were de characters and the original plot, with few clichés.
Manga: Ichigo 100%
If you liked
Ichigo 100%
Manga: Marshmallow♡Ecchi
...then you might like
Marshmallow♡Ecchi
The art and mood of both manga are very similar, except Marshmallow Ecchi actually goes all the way. Gorgeous girls, lots of pantyshots, and a somewhat pure hearted and clueless protagonist.
Manga: GTO
If you liked
GTO
Manga: Aku no Kyouten
...then you might like
Aku no Kyouten
First, sorry for my bad english.

So, the story take place with the arrival from a new primary teacher who must take care of the class of the high school: "the second class of high school B" (I don't know how to say it well)
The high school in which the story takes place is a private high school.
The headmaster asks to pay attention to his car.
There is a pervert sport teacher, a horny school nurse, etc.

The only major difference is that, unlike Onizuka who is a really nice guy, the guy here is pure evil.
Manga: Ranma ½
If you liked
Ranma ½
Manga: Boku Girl
...then you might like
Boku Girl
A much more ecchi approach to the gender bender concept of Ranma 1/2. If you like anime where a character becomes female, much to their dismay, then you will enjoy Boku Girl. The anime's main strength is its concept and it has fun with it.
Manga: Clockwork Planet
If you liked
Clockwork Planet
Manga: Reincarnation no Kaben
...then you might like
Reincarnation no Kaben
Both main character are involved in supernatural success when met to a strange and stronger girl and fight with various enemies with almost the same power that they have. Besides, both mangas detach a darkness essence during the story
Manga: Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction
If you liked
Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction
Manga: Gojikanme no Sensou
...then you might like
Gojikanme no Sensou
Both pose a similar scenario.
Manga: Hinamatsuri
If you liked
Hinamatsuri
Manga: Grand Blue
...then you might like
Grand Blue
- Comedy ( it can make you laugh),
- Heartwarming (it really touching in some arc)
- and unforgetable character personality
Manga: Mahou Shoujo of the End
If you liked
Mahou Shoujo of the End
Manga: Infection
...then you might like
Infection
Both stories start with students at school when suddenly they are thrown into an apocalyptic situation, in which we watch a small group of students try to survive. In Infection the problem being zombie-like creatures and in Mahou Shoujo of the End, it is a magical girl invasion.

Mahou Shoujo of the End is definitely more violent, shows more gore and features less ecchi content but does have a few mature moments/nudity. While infection tends to be more lighthearted and have a happy tone, Mahou Shoujou of the End tends to be darker but still has a few light moments here and there.
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
If you liked
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Manga: Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
...then you might like
Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
While reading Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku, Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari often came to mind. For one thing, both series make use of a maturer protagonist as their narrator, which in turn, presents a more analytical and pragmatic view of their world. Then, there’s also the shared themes that can be found throughout both, such as the means of summoning heroes, heroines, slavery, and game-like skill mechanics. If you’re into your fantasy novels with a slightly more seinen edge, then you certainly can’t go wrong with either.
Manga: Mikakunin de Shinkoukei
If you liked
Mikakunin de Shinkoukei
Manga: HajiOtsu.
...then you might like
HajiOtsu.
Engaged to the Unidentified is one of my favorites and I felt that HajiOtsu. gave off some similarly good/fresh romantic vibes. Pretty different plots as one is a supernatural romantic comedy where the main couple is engaged due an arranged marriage, while the other is a romantic comedy where the main couple began dating after the female MC's false confession was accepted, however there are some similarities as both male MCs have feelings for their partners, while both female MCs' feelings for their partners begin to develop later on. I found that the artwork, character designs, and their personalities, were all very similar.
Manga: Shamo
If you liked
Shamo
Manga: Kokou no Hito
...then you might like
Kokou no Hito
Both Kokou no Hito and Shamo follow stories of social outcasts focused on one goal - mountaneering and fighting, respectively. Both offer extensive sports trivia, explanations and glossaries. Detailed art.
Manga: Kimi dake ni
If you liked
Kimi dake ni
Manga: Tokubetsu na Mainichi
...then you might like
Tokubetsu na Mainichi
Pure romance and with similar art style.
Manga: Bonnouji
If you liked
Bonnouji
Manga: Kawaii Joushi wo Komarasetai
...then you might like
Kawaii Joushi wo Komarasetai
Very similar art, both are 4-Koma, romantic-comedies with older female/younger male. I absolutely loved Bonnouji and felt that Kawaii Joushi wo Komarasetai gave off similarly good/fresh vibes. I wish Bonnouji was longer and I wouldn't have minded more ecchi/sex related scenes/chapters, but overall, I felt much more satisfied with the couple growth and how the characters interacted when it finished, than I usually feel with most romantic comedies. Although Kawaii Joushi is ongoing, I feel like it could be as enjoyable as Bonnouji if the romance becomes more developed and there is couple growth. I love it when characters get together early in the story, but hate it when there's practically no couple growth. So hoping Kawaii does well.
Manga: Tonari no Kashiwagi-san
If you liked
Tonari no Kashiwagi-san
Manga: Kenja no Mago
...then you might like
Kenja no Mago
Completely different plots as one is based in a separate world after reincarnation, and the other just in modern day Japan, however, the artwork is very similar. Both female MCs have almost identical personalities, although their interests are different. The male MCs are very similar in how open they are/feel about their identities, yet the MC in Tonari no Kashiwagi-san has much lower self-esteem/confidence in himself, while the MC in Magi's Grandson is a genius with a severe lack of common sense.
Manga: Tonari no Kashiwagi-san
If you liked
Tonari no Kashiwagi-san
Manga: Senakagurashi
...then you might like
Senakagurashi
Completely different plots, however both are romance, the artwork is quite alike, and the characters' personalities are developed very similarly.
Manga: Voynich Hotel
If you liked
Voynich Hotel
Manga: Nickelodeon
...then you might like
Nickelodeon
Both have short stories that can be enjoyed alone and are pretty strange, but Voynich has a slight overarching plot. They have a similar feel to them in writing and storytelling because they have the same author, Sayman Dowman.
Manga: Planetes
If you liked
Planetes
Manga: Futatsu no Spica
...then you might like
Futatsu no Spica
Space. The destination of dreams and glory.
Humans. The curious pathfinders.
Friends. The companions with whom we share ourselves.
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
If you liked
Ao Haru Ride
Manga: Hirunaka no Ryuusei
...then you might like
Hirunaka no Ryuusei
If you like high school romance stories then you should try reading this.

It's a story about a country girl who moved to Tokyo and fell in love with her teacher. However, due to some interesting twist of events, she became the love interest of the first friend she ever made in school.

It clearly depicts the idea of true friendship and love as the characters try to evaluate themselves and the situation they're in. And in the process, it also shows how love heals and mends a broken heart, as well as moving on.
Manga: Hirunaka no Ryuusei
If you liked
Hirunaka no Ryuusei
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
...then you might like
Ao Haru Ride
If you like high school romance stories then you should try reading this.

It's a story about a country girl who moved to Tokyo and fell in love with her teacher. However, due to some interesting twist of events, she became the love interest of the first friend she ever made in school.

It clearly depicts the idea of true friendship and love as the characters try to evaluate themselves and the situation they're in. And in the process, it also shows how love heals and mends a broken heart, as well as moving on.
Manga: Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä
If you liked
Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä
Manga: No.5
...then you might like
No.5
If you enjoying seeing post-apocalyptic wastelands in style reminiscent of Moebius, take a look at No. 5. The stories and characters a very different and No. 5 prefers deserts, surrealism and action to flying and the jungle.
Manga: Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist
If you liked
Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist
Manga: Jigoku no Enra
...then you might like
Jigoku no Enra
both have a stubborn main character being tempted by devils. that's it. it's all you need really
Manga: Secret
If you liked
Secret
Manga: Touhyou Game: Anata ni Kuroki Ippyou wo
...then you might like
Touhyou Game: Anata ni Kuroki Ippyou wo
both revolve around a classroom of people trying to solve a mystery, in secrets case its who out of the group are killers. and in tohyo game's case a voting game about the person with the least amount of votes dies.
Manga: Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
If you liked
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Manga: Hajimete no Gal
...then you might like
Hajimete no Gal
The pacing between these are very simple even the atmosphere

Having a not so normal mood everyday by the time you met her in a first place... could change your own past selves into new one

Main heroine is too sneaky and clever teasing the MC.. in a skeptical way



Manga: Uwagaki
If you liked
Uwagaki
Manga: Kin no Kanojo Gin no Kanojo
...then you might like
Kin no Kanojo Gin no Kanojo
Both Romance Comedy and the main heroine body was split into two.
Manga: Tsuki Tsuki!
If you liked
Tsuki Tsuki!
Manga: Tora Kiss: A School Odyssey
...then you might like
Tora Kiss: A School Odyssey
Harem with awesome, troll, not useless MC, with magic, demons, and fights
Manga: Ashita no Joe
If you liked
Ashita no Joe
Manga: Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa
...then you might like
Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa
Ashita no Joe and Strongest Man Kurosawa have the same feeling of a poor guy struggling to find a reason to live and they both show a lot of poverty and people fighting against society. The two mangas also give the same kind of hope and courage to the reader, they can change a man. Finally, Nobuyuki Fukumoto has been very influenced by Tetsuya Chiba for his narration and paneling.
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Rikudou
...then you might like
Rikudou
Berserk and Rikudou share a few similarities such as morbid subject matter (albeit Berserk is MUCH more subtle about it), brutalities and a main character who is ruined from their childhood and constantly questions themselves as of to their motives.
Manga: Basara
If you liked
Basara
Manga: Song of the Long March
...then you might like
Song of the Long March
Strong female lead who disguises herself as a guy, star-crossed lovers, historical feel, both heavily underappreciated.
Manga: Kabu no Isaki
If you liked
Kabu no Isaki
Manga: Bouken Elektriciteit-tou
...then you might like
Bouken Elektriciteit-tou
Air couriers, mysterious worlds and relaxed atmosphere.
Manga: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
If you liked
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
Manga: Namaikizakari.
...then you might like
Namaikizakari.
> both are lovable shoujo manga with intresting and playful characters.
> both mangas have a lot of good humor in it (trust me you're gonna laugh)
> both have a good art
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
If you liked
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
Manga: Namaikizakari.
...then you might like
Namaikizakari.
> both romance/shoujo mangas with a lot of good humor in the storyline
> both have similar feling
> both of the female leads are intresting, tough and deny that they are in love
> both of the male leads are handsome, flirty, arrogant boys, but at the same time they can be cute and loving.
Manga: Ashizuri Suizokukan
If you liked
Ashizuri Suizokukan
Manga: Kotonoba Drive
...then you might like
Kotonoba Drive
Both of them are heavily atmospheric and poignant slice of life pieces with gorgeous artwork, though Ashizuri Suizokukan is somewhat less relaxed and more flat-out surreal than Kotonoba Drive is.
Manga: Otoyomegatari
If you liked
Otoyomegatari
Manga: Fushigi no Kuni no Bird
...then you might like
Fushigi no Kuni no Bird
"Otoyomegatari is set in central asia and "Fushigi no Kuni no Bird" is set in Meiji Japan.
Both of them show the amazing culture of different places in 19th century, exploring their daily customs in a very natural way.
Both of them have female protagonists who have to adapt in a new ambient.
Artstyle is vivid and detailed.
Manga: Liar x Liar
If you liked
Liar x Liar
Manga: Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai
...then you might like
Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai
- similar main characters - a little dopey and eager to please but ultimately kind and trying their hardest (while they dig themselves into deep, deep holes)
- main character hates the guy from earlier interactions, but come around after spending more time with him and finding out he's actually a really sweet and caring guy (though he's not tsundere in Liar x Liar)
- same optimistic outlook - no malicious asshole characters, no overdone overly serious drama, cute humor, and two leads who really, really love each other
Manga: Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
If you liked
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
...then you might like
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Kaguya-sama is about the two protagonists engaging in psychological warfare in order to make the other confess to each other and to bow down setting their pride on the line for it. Karakai Jouzu is much less intense and cute. Karakai Jouzu is more about one girl, Takagai-san teasing Nishitaka (the other protag). It's so interesting to see how the protagonists in both manga series fight/tease the other and how they both like each other, even if they don't realize it. It doesn't seem like it but, both series are about an innocent cute love story of two adolescents fighting it out on the battlefield known as love.
Manga: Bokura wa Bara no Ko
If you liked
Bokura wa Bara no Ko
Manga: Koe no Katachi
...then you might like
Koe no Katachi
Both have a good part of slice of life. Both happen when the characters are young with some bullying envolved (in bokura case the side character is bullied). Bokura has some fantasy elements.
Manga: Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san.
If you liked
Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san.
Manga: Samon-kun wa Summoner
...then you might like
Samon-kun wa Summoner
They are both very funny but azazel has A LOT of dirty jokes and almost no romance at all, however they both focus on supernatural monsters and summoners.
Manga: Samon-kun wa Summoner
If you liked
Samon-kun wa Summoner
Manga: Mousou Telepathy
...then you might like
Mousou Telepathy
Both are funny mangas with mousou following a girl who can read minds and how it affects her social life. samon is more focused on the summoner but they're both very funny.
Manga: Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
If you liked
Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
Manga: Mousou Telepathy
...then you might like
Mousou Telepathy
Both very funny and web mangas that update one page at a time, tomo is about the love of boyish girl and mousou is more about a girl who reads minds and tries to make friends but still they both have the same refreshing and light hearted feel.
Manga: Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan
If you liked
Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan
Manga: Mousou Telepathy
...then you might like
Mousou Telepathy
They are both comedy focused with the main character having supernatural abilities, in mousou the girl can only read minds but in saiki the protagonist has all the powers imaginable and tries to stay alone even though many "friends" seem to stick around. Both hilarious and light hearted, very refreshing.
Manga: Horimiya
If you liked
Horimiya
Manga: Ojojojo
...then you might like
Ojojojo
Not a 4-koma, and the art style is very different, but it is similar in its story.

Both are a cute romance story about main characters and friends experiencing the developpement of relationships, from the first few steps to meeting the parents, etc. The main couple is also kind of a weird pairing at the start.

Horimiya's main female lead is more bossy than ojojojo's, and is not a tsundere.
the main male lead is a bit mysterious at first, but opens up pretty quickly compared to ojojojo's. Aside from that, the kind of humour is also pretty different.

I mainly find them similar because the kind of cute vibes they both emit. Both gives you that warm, fuzzy fealing when reading them and makes you want for the characters to be with each other.
Manga: Hana to Akuma
If you liked
Hana to Akuma
Manga: Monokuro Shounen Shoujo
...then you might like
Monokuro Shounen Shoujo
Both series explore the taboo nature of humans interacting with a different being. In the case of Hana to Akuma, it explores the relationship between humans and demons, while Monokuro Shounen Shoujo explores the relationship between humans and beasts. The female and male leads are very similar in personalities and appearances. The overall tone of both manga are also the same. With that said, the two series are similar enough to resemble each other, but are different at a lot points. You definitely won't feel like you're reading Hana to Akuma a second time. But if you liked the tone and characters in Hana to Akuma, you'll probably also like Monokuro Shounen Shoujo.
Manga: Sonezaki Shinjuu
If you liked
Sonezaki Shinjuu
Manga: Marriage Black
...then you might like
Marriage Black
A story about two lovers who try to escape from bonds of destiny which binds their love
Manga: Iono-sama Fanatics
If you liked
Iono-sama Fanatics
Manga: Earth Girls
...then you might like
Earth Girls
Yuri Harem

One of the rare yuri manga where The MC created harem with full of women
Manga: Naruto
If you liked
Naruto
Manga: One Piece
...then you might like
One Piece
Naruto: "I will be the greatest Ninja and the Hokage of my village!"

One Piece: "I will be the greatest Pirate and find the 'One Piece' treasure!"

Using all kinds of super powers against other people with super powers, both Naruto and Luffy become stronger with time and make new friends who help them reaching for their dream.
Manga: Kiseijuu
If you liked
Kiseijuu
Manga: Crepuscule
...then you might like
Crepuscule
Black haze is what I really recommend, but that's not an option.
Manga: Kyou no Asuka Show
If you liked
Kyou no Asuka Show
Manga: Tejina-senpai
...then you might like
Tejina-senpai
Tejina is a girl who performs magic tricks whenever she can, but when she does it in front of the main guy, she becomes very clumsy and ditzy, flopping the trick, and usually ending in some embarrassing ecchi situation in which the guy also gets rather embarrassed about. Asuka is a free-spirited high school girl who seems to brighten everyone's day wherever she goes, although much of that brightness is because she accidentally flashes her panties which causes the random guy of the chapter involved to be embarrassed and aroused. Both series are short reads: Tejina has more sexual scenes, focusing on comedy in a four-panel style. Asuka is more innocently sexual and silce-of-life themed. They also have very few side characters; with Tejina-senpai having a pair of siblings, and Asuka having a younger schoolgirl classmate who is obsessed with her.
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Vagabond
...then you might like
Vagabond
Both are extremely violent and gory, but Vagabond has a basis in history and has a more realistic art style, while Berserk is obviously a dark fantasy.
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
If you liked
Mahoutsukai no Yome
Manga: Umi no Cradle
...then you might like
Umi no Cradle
Both start in England, share great art and heartwarming atmosphere. If you liked Mahoutsukai no Yome then you will certainly love Umi no Cradle.
Manga: Masamune-kun no Revenge
If you liked
Masamune-kun no Revenge
Manga: Kuzumi-kun, Kuuki Yometemasu ka?
...then you might like
Kuzumi-kun, Kuuki Yometemasu ka?
When there is always a model student you want to confessed with and ended up a failure... one must not underestimate their beauty cause you're way out of her league.. Since this manga focus much more than revenge itself for getting some attention... but had a similarities of an image which had a same concept where a fateful encounter between the two happens...
Manga: Kamisama Hajimemashita
If you liked
Kamisama Hajimemashita
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
...then you might like
Akatsuki no Yona
most everyone who likes Kamisama Hajimemashita also adores Akatsuki no Yona :-)
- sweet but determined protagonists
- light romance
- supernatural elements
- folklore and legends
- great supporting characters
Manga: Naruto
If you liked
Naruto
Manga: Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
...then you might like
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Boruto: Naruto Next Generation is the sequel to Naruto where it will follow a new generation of ninjas are ready to take the stage, led by Naruto's own son, Boruto!
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
If you liked
Mahoutsukai no Yome
Manga: Satsuriku no Tenshi
...then you might like
Satsuriku no Tenshi
Assume that you got lost and nowhere to go... but the wait inevitable...

Every interactions between character.. defies a lot of whether you're no longer resist reality...

The counterpart is that, It simplify the whole scenerio about get droven to another world... which is much peacefully calm that leaves a lot of despair and hatred
Manga: Murasakiiro no Qualia
If you liked
Murasakiiro no Qualia
Manga: Kuro
...then you might like
Kuro
Both anime are dark
Manga: Onanie Master Kurosawa
If you liked
Onanie Master Kurosawa
Manga: Koe no Katachi
...then you might like
Koe no Katachi
Both MC's start off with big flaws and questions, uncaring/shunning people around them.
Through hard lessons and punishments, both pave a path to redemption and grow as a person.

Similar in many themes, I find onanie master kurosawa the more mature/seinen version of koe no katachi,
using more explicit topics to portray the same ideas.
Manga: Usagi Drop
If you liked
Usagi Drop
Manga: Shirogane no Nina
...then you might like
Shirogane no Nina
Shirogane no Nina is quite similar to pre-timeskip Usagi Drop. Although the former is a little lighter in tone, they both have the central theme of a man raising a child that's not his own.
Manga: Barakamon
If you liked
Barakamon
Manga: Shirogane no Nina
...then you might like
Shirogane no Nina
Both manga have similar settings - A young man in his 20's ends up taking care of a child (or children, in Barakamon's case). Both series are relaxing, funny and cute, with a similar atmosphere.
Manga: Nisekoi
If you liked
Nisekoi
Manga: Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
...then you might like
Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
Highschooler is forced to tutor two of his genius classmates, and ensure that they get into their university of choice. The problem is that the science genius wants to join a literary arts university, and the literary arts genius wants to join a science university.

Similar in the way that the main character is forced into the tutoring, and the fact that it is a school life series.
Manga: Hisho Ikuseichuu
If you liked
Hisho Ikuseichuu
Manga: Katekyo!
...then you might like
Katekyo!
Literally the same type of seme and uke.
The seme is attractive and rich, but shows particular obsession to the uke.
The uke is dense and has character traits like rin (the uke in katekyo)
Keep in mind i dont make recommendations unless i completely think a manga is similar to one other. When i finished this manga, i couldn't find anything quite similar to this, until i ran into this one just recently.
If you liked Katekyo! you will like this one for sure.
Enjoy!
Manga: Franken Fran
If you liked
Franken Fran
Manga: Ma no Kakera
...then you might like
Ma no Kakera
Franken Fran and Ma no Kakera both have intense horror and psychologically twisted themes, graphic imagery, and beautiful artwork. Any of Ito's works can be recommended, however I feel that Ma no Kakera is one of the most suitable to suggest due to its 'episodic nature' - each chapter tells a different story, like how Franken Fran does (there are reoccurring characters and some stories are spread across multiple chapters but, for the most part, it is episodic). Any fans of horror who are in desperate need of more gruesome stories, should definitely read both of these; I loved both of them and hopefully, you will too.
Manga: Yozakura Quartet
If you liked
Yozakura Quartet
Manga: Urami Koi, Koi, Urami Koi.
...then you might like
Urami Koi, Koi, Urami Koi.
There are a number of similarities between the settings of these two manga, normal human's and youkai living together, a focus on young inheritors, each of the main characters having unique abilities. Both manga also have a mix of episodic slice of life material mixed in with a larger over-arching plot. Both of them also switch tone from light hearted to serious with some regularity. However the tone of the two feels quite different and each offers something the other doesnt. If you enjoy one I think you'll enjoy the other while still finding it fresh enough.
Manga: Bu ni Mi wo Sasagete Hyaku to Yonen. Elf de Yarinaosu Musha Shugyou
If you liked
Bu ni Mi wo Sasagete Hyaku to Yonen. Elf de Yarinaosu Musha Shugyou
Manga: World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
...then you might like
World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
1) Main character reincarned after died
2) The story is set in a fantasy world
3) Both main character are "teachers"
4) Both main character trained since they are childs
5) In both works is counted the life of the main character since his born
Manga: NG Life
If you liked
NG Life
Manga: Bokura no Kiseki
...then you might like
Bokura no Kiseki
Both deal with their past lives. They both got the same vibes. NG Life is somehow more light-hearted than Bokura no Kiseki and the latter is more serious.
Manga: Inu x Boku SS
If you liked
Inu x Boku SS
Manga: Orange
...then you might like
Orange
There's a very important concept in both manga (can't say what it is, cuz spoiler; so read it and find out), besides that, there are characters that you'll end up loving. And there is romance and lots and lots of feels (like a lot, enough feels to break your heart ten times) in both. Also, they both have amazing art, the plot is fantastic and characters are relatively similar-ish. And the bonds that the characters all have with each other is quite similar, too. Also, they both have animes, too. So, after reading it and riding the feel train, you can watch it and ride the feel train once again. The only difference is that they have different genres: Inu x Boku SS has supernatural feel to it and Orange has more of a drama, school-based feel.
Manga: Pandora Hearts
If you liked
Pandora Hearts
Manga: Sword Art Online: Project Alicization
...then you might like
Sword Art Online: Project Alicization
- Kirito and Oz are protagonists that had troubled pasts and have brave personalities;
- Eugeo and Gilbert act as the protagonist's childhood friend and are their inseparable companions;
- Alice B. and Asuna are brave and beautiful girls that behold an immense power;
- Alice S. and Echo are cold and emotionless girls that are highly competent in combat;
- Similar genres (Drama, Fantasy, Tragedy);
- Romantic subplots (and something that can be interpreted as a "Love Triangle");
- Complex, confusing and downright mind screwing storylines;
- Vincent/Gabriel and Quinella/WotA are great villains/antagonists;
Both series are heavily influenced by Lewis Carrow's work: Alice in Wonderland, they borrow character traits, personalities, themes and suchlike from the novel while still adding their own unique features and attributes to their own stories, they also have charismatic, remarkable and well-rounded characters, epic fights, deep and meaningful themes, some heart wrenching moments and just like the work of art that inspired both series: they're brilliant masterpieces.
Manga: Shingetsutan Tsukihime
If you liked
Shingetsutan Tsukihime
Manga: Monogatari Series: First Season
...then you might like
Monogatari Series: First Season
- Shiki and Koyomi have their lives changed forever after a mysterious girl becomes part of it;
- Arcueid and Senjougahara are female leads with bewitching and captivating personalities;
- Similar genres (Mystery, Romance, Psychological);
- Dark atmospheres and supernatural themes;
- There's a high amount of blood and violence;
Both series have various of heroines with great personalities and compelling backstories that are fleshed out throughout the story, even though both series have usually serious atmospheres there are also some comic relief scenes can happen every once in a while, and there are also many mythical/mystic creatures in both series, Arcueid and Shinobu are vampires, Koyomi is a half-vampire and Senjougahara is simply the Devil incarnate/himself.
Manga: Mirai Nikki
If you liked
Mirai Nikki
Manga: Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
...then you might like
Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
- Mikiya and Yukiteru are high school students that have feeble and puny personalities;
- Shiki and Yuno have split personalities and are highly capable in combat;
- Until this very day I'm trying to understand the logic from both series;
- Similar genres (Mystery, Horror, Psychological);
- Lots of blood, violence and gore;
Both series have dark and obscure atmospheres, lots of mentally unstable characters with sad and rough pasts/back stories, with some of them appearing not to have the word 'sanity' written in their dictionaries, both series have romantic subplots, controversial themes, lots of breathtaking action scenes and are highly entertaining which means that they never get boring.
Manga: Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
If you liked
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
Manga: Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou desu yo?
...then you might like
Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou desu yo?
- Smart, cool, badass and OP protagonists;
- Beautiful and strong female leads;
- Similar genres (Action, Supernatural, Fantasy);
- Large cast of characters;
- Lots of info dumps;
- Complex and well-detailed world buildings;
Both series usually revolve around fights, battles and competitions that require intelligence, strength and strategy for most of the time, both series tend to focus a lot on the protagonist more than any other character and there's also a little bit of fanservice/male gaze here and there every once in a while.
Manga: Fruits Basket
If you liked
Fruits Basket
Manga: Cardcaptor Sakura
...then you might like
Cardcaptor Sakura
Both main characters are really nice and makes the people around them happy. There's all kinds of love confusion going on and both have a little bit of supernatural powers here and there. (Cardcaptor Sakura's main character being a magical girl). Don't misunderstand just because the main character in CCS (cardcaptor sakura) is a 'magical girl', it's a family friendly manga/anime, but, it also displays life's problems, just like in Fruits Baskets.
Manga: Kodomo no Omocha
If you liked
Kodomo no Omocha
Manga: Fruits Basket
...then you might like
Fruits Basket
Main characters are similar, touch of romance, starts off light-hearted, gets deep later on. WHAT ELSE CAN YOU ASK FOR?
Manga: Kodomo no Omocha
If you liked
Kodomo no Omocha
Manga: Gakuen Alice
...then you might like
Gakuen Alice
Both main characters have PIGTAILS. (but the hairstyle changes XD) Both female and male main characters have EXTREMELY similar personalities. Both started off fluffy but gets dark later on. Both have romance, although, Kodomo no Omocha focuses, just a tiny bit more, on romance than with Gakuen Alice. AND BOTH ARE AMAZING.
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
If you liked
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
Manga: Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
...then you might like
Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
Mikki the lead female is not girly and very good at sports similar to Misaki - Nekota the male lead is good at various things and loved by both the girls and boys just like Usui

Mikki-Class Representative
Misaki- Student Council President
* Both are leaders of something school related
Manga: Cardcaptor Sakura
If you liked
Cardcaptor Sakura
Manga: Gakuen Alice
...then you might like
Gakuen Alice
Both main characters are cheery and optimistic, then you have the other main character, the male main character. Both have problems and in the end, depends on the female lead for the sake of their happiness.
Manga: Fruits Basket
If you liked
Fruits Basket
Manga: Gakuen Alice
...then you might like
Gakuen Alice
In the beginning of both mangas, it starts off all nice, but there's more to it. They get into more deeper topics. Not to mention, the female main character for both of the mangas are very similar personality wise. Both, in my opinion are very good mangas. Both mangas display problems that occur real life. PFFT, they're just really alike trust me, I feel like a robot trying to write this.
Manga: Tokyo Mew Mew
If you liked
Tokyo Mew Mew
Manga: Shoujo Tenshi Milcute
...then you might like
Shoujo Tenshi Milcute
Shoujo Tenshi milcute and Tokyo Mew Mew both have super powers, transformations, action, comedy and even a romance between enemies.
If you like Shoujo Tenshi Milcute, you'll like Tokyo Mew Mew as well
Manga: Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
If you liked
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
Manga: Kono Sekai ga Game da to Ore dake ga Shitteiru
...then you might like
Kono Sekai ga Game da to Ore dake ga Shitteiru
KonoSuba and Sekai Game both feature a very similar style of comedy based on character interactions. Each series has a set of oddball characters which wouldn't typically interact with each other yet do so through the main character. With plenty of ridiculous situations in both series, they're quite similar in the absurdity of the characters reactions and interactions.

If you like the comedy in one, you'll like the other.
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